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2099 Engr Bldg II
Campus Box 7911
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7911
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Dr. Hamid Krim

| Biography

As a Member of Technical Staff at AT&T Bell Labs, he has worked in the areas of telephony and digital communication systems/subsystems. Following an NSF postdoctoral fellowship at Foreign Centers of Excellence, LSS/University of Orsay, Paris, France, he became a Research Scientist at the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, performing and supervising research. He is presently on the faculty in the ECE Department, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, leading the Vision, Information and Statistical Signal Theories and Applications group, whose research interests are in statistical signal and image analysis and mathematical modeling with a keen emphasis on applied problems. Dr. Krim is also an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing.

| Education

  1. 1991 Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Northeastern University, MA
  2. 1980 M.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Washington, WA
  3. 1979 B.S. in Electrical Engineering, University of Southern California, CA and University of Washington, WA

| Primary Research Interests

  1. Communications and Signal Processing (Including Digital Signal Processing*, Image Analysis and Computer Vision*)

| Other Research Interests

  1. Bioelectronics Engineering (Including Biomimetic Systems*)
  2. Control, Robotics and Mechatronics (Including Computational Intelligence*)
  3. Networking (Including Network Security)
*Denotes areas in which student research is supported by Dr. Krim

| Selected Publications

  1. H. Krim, A. Gentimis, H. Chintakunta and V. De Silva, Discovering the Whole by the Coarse: A Topological Paradigm for Data Mining, accepted as a feature article in the IEEE SP Magazine, 2015
  2. Gamble, J. Chintakunta, H. Krim, H. Coordinate-free quantification of coverage in dynamic sensor networks. Signal Processing, 114(0):1-18, 2015
  3. 5. X. Bian and H. Krim, Bi-Sparsity Pursuit: A Paradigm for Robust Subspace Clustering, (revised IEEE Trans. on SP), 2015.
  4. X. Bian, H. Krim, A. Bronstein and L. Dai, Sparse Null Space Basis Pursuit and Analysis Dictionary Learning, (under review SIAM Journal on Imaging), 2015
  5. Gamble, J. Chintakunta, H. Krim, H. Adaptive tracking of representative cycles in regular and zigzag persistent homology. Preprint: arxiv:1411.5442. under revision for Discrete and Computational Geometry -2015

| Awards and Honors

  • 2015-2016 - IEEE SP Society Distinguished Lecturer
  • 2008 - AFRL-ASEE Fellowship
  • 2008 - IEEE Fellow
  • 2008 - Invited Plenary talk at the International Workshop on Signal Processing and Its Applications, Sharjah, UAE
  • 2007 - Invited Contributor to the American Institute of Mathematics
  • 2005 - Extended Stay Invitation to Eindhoven University of Technology
  • 2004 - Extended Stay Invitation to Chalmers University, Sweden - Swedish Research Council
  • 2004 - Extended Stay Invitation to Ecole Nationale Superieure de Telecommunications, France
  • 2004 - Extended Stay Invitation to Florida State University, Statistics Department
  • 2002 - Citation on Research Work for NCHP in ASEE Prism Magazine
  • 2002 - Citation on Research Work for NCHP in Design News
  • 1999 - IEEE Senior Member
  • 1996-2000 - Elected member of the IEEE technical committee on Statistical Signal Processing
  • 1991-1992 - NSF fellowship at Foreign Centers of Excellence
  • 1990-1991 - DOE Ph.D Fellowship
  • 1990 - NATO Advanced Study Institute Scholarship, Italy
  • 1988-1990 - MITRE CORP Ph.D Fellowship
  • 1987 - High Achievement Award: AT&T Bell Laboratories